As most Bolt Action players will tell you, the new hotness is Operation: Sealion, a new what if style campaign book in the Bolt Action universe (ish!) However, knowing that there is several people who like to borrow (or outright steal!) The beat ideas from other areas, I thought id look at the book from […]Read more "What can K47 players take from Sealion?"
After a brief hiatus the time has come to paint my Mammoth. There’s an article on building the mammoth where you can see that I’ve undercoated the beast in Olive Grey Green. This has then been given a gloss varnish to try and protect the paint against rubbing and chipping. The next step […]Read more "Soviet Steel – Painting the Mammoth"
Hot on the heels of Episode 1, we’re releasing a podcast about the German Army in Konflikt 47. We’re joined again by Scott of Boss Miniatures. In this Episode we have some tasty rumours about the Italians in K47 before getting into our German review around the 15 minute mark. We’ve also got some […]Read more "Rift Tech Radio – Episode 2. The Germans"
So, we made a podcast. We made a podcast, released it and have (until this point) no links to it or anything about it on our blog. We were so organised, we planned what we’d say and organised it all with Scott of Boss Miniatures, and then forgot to write on the […]Read more "Rift Tech Radio – An Introduction & Episode 1"
One of the early releases for the German forces in 1947 you can find our review of the kit here but now I’m going to take a look at the rules for these stalwarts of the Wehrmacht Turning to page 129 of your K47 rule book we can see for 100 points you get 5 […]Read more "German Fury – Wehrmacht Heavy Infantry "
Next up in our series looking at the Konflikt 47 starter boxes we have the Germans! The German army in K47 is not that different to its Bolt Action cousin, it’s a core of well trained, well equipped infantry backed up by the finest tanks 9and now walkers!) the Wehrmacht can muster. So taking a […]Read more "German Fury – The German starter set for Konflikt 47 "
As I’m sure you are aware earlier this year warlord released its first ‘paper panzer’ the Panzerkampfwagen VIII Maus! This beast of a tank is rumoured to have seen limited combat at the very end of the Second World War and is still the heaviest tank ever produced, warlord did an excellent write up of […]Read more "Maus in the house"